20 homemade films recommended by Harvard that you shouldn't be ashamed of
20 homemade films recommended by Harvard that you shouldn't be ashamed of
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Many are now of the opinion that Russian cinema is dead. Perhaps this is true. But in the 20th century, Soviet cinema was considered one of the best. So, Harvard University has compiled a list of the most significant films in history, which includes as many as 20 Soviet and Russian films.

We at Our site decided to share the opinion of experts on which domestic films should be paid special attention to.

"Russian Ark", director - Alexander Sokurov (2002)

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Nostalgia, directed by Andrei Tarkovsky (1983)

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"Ascent", director - Larisa Shepitko (1976)

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"War and Peace", director - Sergei Bondarchuk (1967)

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"Ordinary Fascism", director - Mikhail Romm (1967)

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Ivan the Terrible, directed by Sergei Eisenstein (1944)

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Alexander Nevsky, directed by Sergei Eisenstein (1938)

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"Shadows of Forgotten Ancestors" (1964) and "The Color of Pomegranate" (1969), director - Sergei Parajanov

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The Cranes Are Flying (1957) and The Ballad of a Soldier (1959), directed by Mikhail Kalatozov and Grigory Chukhrai

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"Earth", director - Alexander Dovzhenko (1930)

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King Lear, directed by Grigory Kozintsev (1970)

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Andrei Rublev, directed by Andrei Tarkovsky (1966)

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"Turksib", director - Victor Turin (1929)

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Mother (1926) and The End of St. Petersburg (1927), directed by Vsevolod Pudovkin

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"By the Law", director - Lev Kuleshov (1926)

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Battleship Potemkin, directed by Sergei Eisenstein (1925)

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"Kinoglaz" (1924) and "Man with a Movie Camera" (1928), directed by Dziga Vertov

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